Saturday, August 11, 2018

Second Plein Air Painting Trip to Belcarra Park


Back to Belcarra Park to paint again.  These are two 8 x10 acrylic paintings done there.  I did tweek them when I got home but the majority of the painting was done on site.  My goal is to stay loose and work quickly to capture what I see. I had a great day with friends and at my favorite site.

Friday, July 27, 2018

Plein Air Paintings at Belcarra Park, B.C.



These are two small plein air paintings I did just recently down at Belcarra Park.  They are both 8x10 acrylics on gesso board.  I had a lovely afternoon with friends and enjoyed painting outdoors, which is something I don't normally do....but I will definitely be doing more of it.

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Flying High



This is a 18.5"x 14" acrylic on gessoed board of my step daughter Debbie when she was a kid flying kites in in the dunes in Orgegon.

Friday, June 29, 2018

Grouse Mtn. Grizzly


This is a 8" x 10" varnished and waxed watercolour painting.  The watercolour is varnished and then mounted on a wooden cradel and then a wax finish is applied.  This process eliminates the need to have the watercolour painting protected by glass.

Follow Me



This is a 6" x 8" varnished and waxed watercolour painting.  The watercolour is varnished and then mounted on a wooden cradel and then a wax finish is applied.  This process eliminates the need to have the watercolour painting protected by glass.

These are local urban deer that love to come through my back yard.

Little Deer


This is a 6" x 6" varnished and waxed watercolour painting.  The watercolour is varnished and then mounted on a wooden cradel and then a wax finish is applied.  This process eliminates the need to have the watercolour painting protected by glass.

The little deer found a cool place to spend some time and allow me enjoy their presence.  How could you not paint them.

I See You



This is a 6" x 6" varnished and waxed watercolour painting.  The watercolour is varnished and then mounted on a wooden cradel and then a wax finish is applied.  This process eliminates the need to have the watercolour painting protected by glass.

This little doe watched me as long as I watched her.